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Advise Strategy - Taking GMAT in 2 weeks ! [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2004, 21:27
Hi All,

I am taking GMAT exam in little over 2 weeks......Pls suggest what would be the best strategy to prepare for GMAT given the time.

I have been preparing for OFF and ON almost 2 years.I appeared for GMAT in Dec 2003. Got 530.....Aiming this time for 700+.

Here is what I am doing :

-- RC and CR - LSAT
-- GMAT CLub for Maths questions
-- OG(9th and 10th Edition)
-- Kaplan
-- Princeton Review

Any suggestions are most welcome !

Thanks !
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Nov 2004, 13:15
hey i'm taking the gmat in about 2 weeks too - with the holidays it's sure to be a task to find the time to study.

I'm using an ARCO book - i also have the OG and I plan on doing the free test on mba.com towards the end of the study period.

my plan is to focus on one section at a time.... hopefully i'll be done with that by this saturday - then i'll hit it from all directions to practice timing and hit any hotspots.

I took the gmat a year ago and got 600 - i'm aiming for 650+ this time. The first time i took it, timing really threw me off on the math section - I got nervous and didn't pace my time correctly which made me guess on questions I could have handled.

Good luck!
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Nov 2004, 21:27
Hi,
Same with me..I took GMAT last year and got 530. Maths threw me off as well..I spent too much time on some of the problems.... and left bunch of questions in Verbal with all those long RC passages.....

I am using couple of books - Princeton,kaplan OG....GMAT club questions....

I am doing Kaplan CD tests ? Does their score predict actual GMAT test ?
...I took 2 tests got 570 and 540 kinda disappointed...I am aiming for 700+ score...
I don't know....doing lot of practice tests...

Did some shopping after thanksgiving...now got to get back to studies...
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